The lead editor of this helpful “owner’s manual” for parents serving as effective advocates for their child is Robin E McEvoy, a developmental neuropsychologist practicing in Denver, Colorado.
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Insurance companies, Like Anthem, are refusing to pay for vision therapy for the diagnosis of convergence insufficiency. Anthem wants 12 weeks of home-based vision therapy documented (pencil push-ups) before they will consider in-office treatment. This is ridiculous! See letter below to insurance companies:
Does your child have a vision related learning problem?
Significant improvement in IQ scores has been documented through standardized WISC-III and WISC IV testing
Does your son or daughter struggle in school and have difficulty with homework? Are they frustrated with reading, timed tests or their handwriting?
We believe that all children are extraordinary. All children are born with creativity, curiosity, and their own unique voice. They have an innate desire to explore the world around them, learn about it, and find their place in it. They come into this world with natural abilities. But sometimes, they need a little help lining […]
Thanks to Steve Leslie BOptom, Leonard Press OD & Mark Overton for their summaries of vision therapy research published in the Australian College of Behavioral optometrists:
One of the country’s leading authorities on ADHD, Dr. Vincent Monastra holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is the Director of the FPI Attention Disorders Clinic in Endicott, NY. Dr. Monastra relates his approach. He notes that another kind of problem that isn’t picked up on routine evaluation, or even lab work done by […]
This free workshop presents the common visual problems association with traumatic brain injury.
FREE Workshop at Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center, PC. Experience why you or your friends get motion sick in the car or 3D Movies.